Indian boxer Amit Panghal (52kg) loses the Olympics with a staggering 1-4 misfortune to Rio Games silver-medallist Yuberjen Martinez, beaten by the Colombian's determined assaults and speed in the pre-quarterfinals here on Saturday.
The top-seeded Indian, who was making his entry in the Olympic Games, had got an opening-round bye. Panghal was put under tension by the sporty Colombian in the opening round itself however the Indian guaranteed that he would be better to guarantee the initial three minutes 4-1.
He ensured that there was no eased up in the force in the last three minutes and Panghal wound up being on edge. In spite of this misfortune, the 25-year-old Panghal stays a standout amongst other performing Indian boxers lately, having gotten a gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games, and silver medal in World Championships2019.
His parents, who follow the pacifism-supporting Anglican church, were against him taking up the game yet in the long run came around to help his aspirations.
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